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Re: Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Brakes

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ben brown

12-19-2012 19:33:46

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the old style brake on my 95 model trailer you had to backup using brakes controller to make the self adjust work. i replaced them about 2004 haven't had any problem scene with the front adjust as they adjust each time you apply your trailer brakes as far as rust i live in west ky 52plus inches of rain well except this year no problems though i haven't pulled it on snow or ice just not going to happen here .

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12-20-2012 01:49:47

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 Re: Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Brakes in reply to ben brown, 12-19-2012 19:33:46  
Thank you, I ordered the parts, waiting for delivery, I hope to the conversion over the holidays.


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03-09-2013 05:45:06

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 Re: Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Brakes in reply to RCP, 12-20-2012 01:49:47  
I took the trailer to Akron (200 mi round trip) last weekend with two tractors on it and the brakes worked very well. I had to turn the controller down to 5 to keep from over braking. I put the 7000# backing plates on all 4 wheels, and rewired the trailer including lights. The rebuild cost about $500, including LED lights, new e-brake control and pigtail.

Thanks for the advice.


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